isomorphically

isomorphically

(ˌaɪsəˈmɔːfɪkəlɪ)
adv
in an isomorphic manner
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Moreover, the narratives of success experienced by the companies active in this context gradually became successful references to other companies, which were isomorphically mimetized (DiMaggio & Powell, 1991) reorienting other companies' discourses towards another one, in which the efforts regarding maximizing the shareholder return should be publicly explored.
Second, firms in the same sector tend to respond isomorphically by imitating the practices and strategies of peers (DiMaggio & Powell, 1983; Kostova & Roth, 2002).
A morphism of simplicial complexes is a map [phi]: [DELTA] [right arrow] [DELTA]' from a simplicial complex into another such that for any simplex A [member of] [DELTA] the poset (X [member of] [DELTA] | X [less than or equal to] A} is mapped isomorphically onto (X [member of] [DELTA]' | X < [A.
something' opposition regarding fonction morphologique is not isomorphically parallel to the analysis underpinning the 'zero vs.
As Dimaggio and Powell (1983) might predict, turning away from this entirely would be detrimental, since universities, as organizations, must act isomorphically, and provide the same basic education and services as their competitors to survive (Frank and Gabler 2006).
Through his four subsequent chapters, LeMahieu isomorphically applies this logic to the way that, as the era's authors erased the obvious signs of their engagement with logical positivism from the surface of their texts, Wittgenstein himself became a form-organizingly absent presence in their fictions.
3], isomorphically embedded into its crystal structure.
More precisely, if we partition the sample space of causal explanations into mutually exclusive and jointly exhaustive classes of nonintelligent (undirected material) causes and intelligent causes--or, isomorphically, ordinary versus extraordinary providence--then if the probability of undirected material explanation is sufficiently close to zero, the probability of intelligent causation is close enough to one to be embraced.
Reality is said to isomorphically partake of events (mental and material instances) both inside and outside the brain--and the mind.
The connection between the subjective attitude of the man and the concentration of power is isomorphically suggestive.
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Objectively," it's surely a coincidence that the full moon was shining bright the night Rojack killed the four German soldiers, the night he first met Deborah, and the night the novel begins, but he doesn't live in objective space, which is for JFK and the New York Times, but Rojack is plumbing a more primordial mode of consciousness, one in which "the caverns of the moon" (11) and "the liverish caverns of [his] belly" (14) correspond not only isomorphically, but existentially; the emptiness of "the mirror of the moon" (266) is his emptiness externalized and put to him as a question, a blank significance which he can only aspire to understand.